hrm554 | Graduate
Occupational Health And Safety
This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Health and Safety Practices
- Identify the role of internal and external resources in the creation of injury prevention plans.
- Create a health and safety practices plan.
- Explain the role of ethics in relation to occupational safety and health.
Human Risk Factors
- Create mitigation strategies for workplace violence, substance abuse, and stress.
- Explain the risk factors related to workplace violence, substance abuse, and stress.
- Identify applications of ergonomics in the workplace.
- Identify the role of workers compensation in the workplace.
- Create occupational safety and illness prevention strategies.
Laws and Regulations
- Differentiate regulations related to occupational safety and health.
- Correlate safety issues in an organization with associated regulations.
Safety and Security Risks
- Determine safety and security risks within an organization.
- Evaluate the affect of safety and security risks on a business.
- Identify risk assessment techniques.
- Identify the elements of an occupational emergency response plan.
- Summarize the key components of an evacuation hazard plan.
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